HONOLULU (KHON2) — Proof of a COVID-19 vaccination card or a adverse take a look at will not be required for indoor service at eating places, bars and gymnasiums in Maui beginning Monday, Feb. 21.
Maui Mayor Mike Victorino mentioned the change was made potential as a result of drop in COVID instances.
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“These guidelines adjustments and others to come back later doesn’t imply we’re throwing warning to the wind,” mentioned Victorino. “However we are going to nonetheless advise individuals to put on facial overlaying, indoors in public and in sustaining bodily distance inside teams, particularly with individuals outdoors of your family.”
Maui county’s masks mandate stays in place and may solely be lifted by the governor.